From @e12e on Sun Apr 05 2015 20:44:27 GMT+0000 (UTC)
There’s a reference to using ipfs as a personal filesytem. Does this mean the go-implementation supports setting up a private swarm?
Can I run ipfs on my server with a few tb of disk at a hosting provider, and on my home-server in order to have two mirrors, and additionally on my workstation for pushing data (use my personal swarm as backup, with the benefit of local caching)? Can I do this easily, and still know that my data is secure (in transit etc)?
Are there any way to secure an ipfs daemon, only allowing a select few to access the data? Is there a scaleable way to do this (eg: groups/ACLs, rather than “list of keys”)?
Copied from original issue: https://github.com/ipfs/faq/issues/4